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Hi Johannes,
                   will PM you.
Hi all,
        Has anyone used an Leoni TCP sensor with krc2 or KRC3?
Leoni supports most of the communication protocol in my case is devicenet, and the wago 750-346 field bus connection series 231(MSC) is currently used to connect to krc2/3 mfc port. From what I heard is that Leoni TCP sensor is connected to Leoni controller then a cable from Leoni controller to  devicenet of kuka, but that's not possible because that port is taken (v+, can_high, drain, can_low, v- ), any suggestion is appreciated,

General Discussion / Re: Excess of poly
January 04, 2018, 04:52:40 PM
Quote from: Johannes @ Robots in Architecture on January 04, 2018, 04:14:54 PM
If I want a really accurate result, I usually calibrate the XYZ tip of a very long tool and then a very short tool, get the tool axis as a vector, and then use that information to calculate the ABC angle.

Can I PM you about this?

General Discussion / Re: Excess of poly
January 04, 2018, 04:06:27 PM
Thanks Johannes for the reply.
The TCP was done by the 4 pt calibration if this still cannot solve the problem what other option are there available? Would Infrared TCP calibration helps?
By the way the Metal base stand below the Robot was not leveled, the only way to have stock base bed leveled 90 degree with the spindle bit is to adjust the stock platform, will this help better result?


General Discussion / Excess of poly
January 04, 2018, 01:16:28 PM
Hi Johannes,
                   Have you ever encountered excess of poly stock left in between the front and the rear of a milling operation when milling a 3d head sculpture? I solved this by moving the tool length in the -z direction by 4mm where the excess of stock thickness is 8mm, but what actually causing this?
Basically the robot moves the router bits to the right side of the stock to start milling the face and once finished the robot moves to the left to finish up the rear of the head, the excess poly stock lies in between the front and rear of the head,

General Discussion / Re: KR3 Milling robot for sale!
December 21, 2016, 10:21:01 AM
Hi di,
        The Item on Ebay is the Robot Milling set so nope I don't sell individually, I'm sure you can find the spindle on ebay.

General Discussion / KR3 Milling robot for sale!
December 15, 2016, 06:38:31 PM
Hello Robot-in-Architecture,
                                             KR3 Milling robot for sale!

Sounds like many people are heding towards the Robotic Milling nowadays:
Hello all,
             Here is our website WiseTech Robot:
The English Version still under construction,


This is what we have done so far:
Hi Johannes,
                    The plan was to start our own brand of robots but that would need to put in a lot of money, so I took one of my robot (RM-501) to start with that has no controller which is ok because we are going to make a complete new controller anyways and bundle with this RM-501 or any other Robot without a controller.
The person who wrote the code is looking into GH for further understanding.

Hello All,
             Long time no see.
We are trying to build a simulator module in GH for Mitsubishi RM-501, similar to Kuka PRC but for Mitsubishi. this robot does not have its own Mitsubishi controller, we made one for it. The controller hardware is ready, all 6 axes tested with our own written IK. On the GH side, this is more complicated for us and I'm hopping the administrator could give us a hand on where to start in GH. Another collegue here knows programming, he will be dealing with Python which what I've heard that it is related to Gh.

Looking forward to your replies,

General Discussion / Re: 6 axis +1 external synchronuos
October 21, 2014, 08:42:02 AM
Experiment continues...
Tool 8:

Root point :

In the email you mentioned moving the turn table away and I did that and run the code, execute 1st line of the code, I stopped the program before the arm run into the rail.

Note. I have changed the spindle to a simple flange with a rod sticking out the centre of the flange.